The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 11, 1947 · Page 7
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TUESDAY, NOVKMBKR 11. 1047 m,YTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUKIKR NKWS Battered Chicks To Meet Pioneers BlytheviHe Team To Journey to Batesville Friday The bruiser! and battered Blythe- viltc chicks, .smarting from the 35 to 21 defeat handed them by tlie North Little Rock Wildcats last week, took to Ihe practice field yesterday afternoon to begin preparation for their lilt with the Batesville Pioneers Friday nigh'.. Conches Nig Bynuin and Walter "Buddy" Davis kept their charges in Ihe confines of Haley Field yesterday due [o inclement .weather and .lent them through a light scrimmage session in n slow, steady dri7,2!c. .Many Sere Spols Develop Yesterday's drill session resembled a recreation period at ;\ convalescent hospital toi 1 just about every member of the squad was either limping through the work-out or taking limbering-up laps around the Held in an elfort to work Ihe kinks out of sore muscles. Two members of the squad, R. U. Allen and L. W. Fitzhllgh. didn't even dress out for ihe practice , session. Allen re-hurt his ankle in ! hist week's game :uid Fiizhugh received an injured knee in Ihe contest. Both boys spent the afternoon in tho "whirlpool" treating their sore sixits. And Donald Huey was also absent yesterday. The Chicks' diminutive quarterback has been sidelined temporarily with water on the knee and the tribal chieftains expressed doubt that either he or Fitzhugh will be ready for use Friday night. Couch Bynum limited yesterdays drills to light offensive work-outs. He held one shoH full time scrimmage session, then divided his squad into two teams and rehearsed plays for the remainder of the aiternoon. Paps Still Seeking Game Even though they are "over the hump' 'with the bigger learns of their schedule, the Chicks can expect no picnic this week. The Pioneers, despite several losses already thL". year, usually eye the BlytheviHe game with caution and will lie gunning tor the Chicks in this contest. The Papooses too held their workout at Haley Field yesterday. They witnessed an exceptionally light session of offensive drills, punting and passing before rain drove them inside. The Pups face the possibility of another open date this week due to the cancellation of the East Side Little Rock game which was scheduled for Thursday night. However efforts ate being made to obtain a game for this week but so far none has, been booked. Truce Must Work Both Ways Mexicans Say MEXICO CITY, Noy 11. (UP) — The Mexican Baseball League insisted today that its offered truce with the U. S. Leagues must be a two-way proposition. Aguilar Reyes, who promised no more raids oa American and National League talent when he took over direction of the Mexican, said that the assurance would be lor- sotten if U. S. Leagues attempt to sign players under contract here. At the same lime, Reyes, stated that no foreign-born players in the Mexican League will be fired because of the new ruling limiting the number of imports on each team's roster. ONE '£ CROWD Couhl This lie the Kun-uruiind? Arkansas' high school football play-off bracket for AA. A and B championships was drawn up at n meeting of the Executive Committee of the Arkansas Athletic Asslcia- tlon in Litlle Rock lust weekend and from where II looks like a perfect set-up for Litlle Rock and North Little Rock. According lo the parings announced by the committee Blytheville will play the winner of District 2 and the winner of District 5. which includes Little Rock, and North Little Hock, will play the winner of District 6. But there are no Double-A teams In either District '2 or District 6 so the committee will have to designate AA teams from some other district to represent them in the play-off. The Tigers and the Wildcats are still arguing over who will represent District 5 Duuble-A and members of the committee will have to decide the issue through comparative scores and penetrations but. it has already been hinted that the I several years. He is football conscious and plays every minute he Is In the game. Aand be gained against teams when others lulled. . Mac hits played In all but one ol the Chicks gumes mid In B(i tries he has a net gain of l>98 yards for an average ol 0.05 yards per try and leads the Chicks In scoring with a total of 47 points and that include Ihe El Dorado game on which I never received the statistics. If he Isn't nil-slate material, 1 would like lo know who Is. And there is another member of the Chk-ks baeklictd that deserves mention on ihe all-star team. Harold "Iluck" Traylor, McParland's running mule, hasn't handled the ball as many limes as Mac hns bin he luis u belici UVCIUKO. Traylor has curried the ball 51 times in seven game.s ami has a net gain of -124 , yards for an average of 8.ji yards! per try and has scored 13 points.i Both he and McPurland would he'. good men on anybody's all-stale club. And don't forget tile Chh'ks' Two Blytheville Hunters Kill Deer R. C. Coleman, Jr., and -I. P. Ramey Bring Down Bucks in Ozarks Brown, Canny Lose Legion Mat Contest PAGE SEVEN 26 Minor League Players Drafted By Big League Clubs At Draft Meet ^ Di'spllc (ho fact that Big Jim Spem-cr WHS disqualified rnrly In •• —• • ,...«.,,., r the second round, th,- HUH aua i>( I ' c ' m "dler at tile Netliorlumt i>|a Six-iim- and ,11m Cofllr-ld defcale, '"" " """ CINCINNATI, O.. Nov. 11 <U !>)+•— Major league basfbnll icpresen- , Inllvos drafted 20 nlnyers Irani the I minor leagues In u minutes ves- Icrday at the niinunl ,|,,if( meet- Ing eoiitlurletl by commissioner A, The deer season '1ms oftk'ULlly ended for two Ulylheville hunters. ' n, C, "Hob" Coleman Jr., and J, P. Hamey, who air members of sep- arnle liunlin B parties In the Cvaik Mountain rej;lon reported kills yesterday, l.!u> first day of ihe season. Young Coleman, who Is n member of » party hunting in Ihe Cteirk Forest legion In Slone County, IT- ported bagging a four-point buck yesterday and Mr. Rainev biiKgi'd his deer h. pope Counly Mat Dover. . Reports from parties InmtliiK elsewhere In Ihe stale hare not been rei-eived. Three more BlylhevlUe hunters life repotted us membpjs of a deer hunting; party. Ivan R. Van Palten, James Lmisfoid and L-.iriy Lutjsford are members ol a pain hunting near Mountain Horn,: in Slone Counly. Bill funny and "Hud Hoy" Brown Iwo slinlght fulls lo claim victory In (lie tuu mutch ti-uliiri' t->{ tK.. Am'mi- n Hie tun mulch t.'ulme of tin- Ameil- nin l.t'j'.lrm wieslllns; show al llie last night. "" u '' llcn 'Players drnllt'd. In th e oi'der of ' llHMl ' choife, wore: I'hlluilelphiiv Phils — Wall Du- ''lei. pitcher, Seatiie; John Hllnlk • outfielder, IJnUlnmrc. was dis([Uii'll(h>d utter „ w " 1sn " 1 Bl<'>' - Clnmncr Dl Fiinl. | first base. Newnik; Arrest Thomp- non. Allunta; !/•« Okrle. Ntuti- <'!gh'. mlnulc.s i>( ihe second fall for ronwitertly kicking Hmwn while h<> was attempting lo ivlurn lo the ling lifter being thrown uvi-r Ihe ropes. One of Kprncei 's kirks cnui'hl ,,', , .,"' ~"' • I'lm in the n.oln iiiul li.ferre Mike " tTl Sn " " ll ' RO Mcioney ordered the big uuuuinu I" the dressing ninin for I lie remainder nf ih<> show. '1'hc kick sent Drown in the clrcss-! .Inmcs Conerly Nears Niche in Hall Of Grid Fame UNlVKHaiTV. Miss.. Nov. II.— ill!') _ Gyrating, coal-generating 'X-Marlne Chavley Conerly Is within n pigskin's throw of collegiate football history's vimli of great , I'lil.sbursh — MnreM Miiln, pllch- Kan.sus city; Max VYesl, mil Ohlcngo Whit,' Sox — Ray p|i.(. i'lu-r. outfielder, Mllv\iiukcc; l!o- miin Brunswick, pitcher, llinisinn- . .i,,,,,... Goodwin, piicher, Jersey m«™- .iium-.t Muunwin. Pllrhrr Jcrsev .loom a so nmi left Canny „,„, cily; Alex Dan.ilishni. plidier Ok- ffield lo battle It wit for Ihc ,•,.. lalimrm nllv ' i • • v-n j jnj mm J isiiy , /\u X iJi Cofheld lo battle It out for ilu- iv-1 lalumin. cUv inaliHli-r ,H jhc llrihi In which MIC CNiciigo cub.< — Llovd OIL' Miss' Aii-Ami-rlc« half-back Inmr-V Kl't-r-V^ ™" tllll:l "- 1 . Clmnkln- Conerly needs .11111105 Kieckey, ()nlv 15 ,„„,.„ |)t . l . fcct |WWM to ml(1((e Sammy- llnugti niul SM Luckmrvn for •'ccojiiiKion us mi nerliil nrtlst. With 100 complr-Llons lo Ins season's credit Conerly Is almost HS- sured of breaking tlie lu record beliinglng lo Hud Schwenk of Wash[.owe, li"- i" iilinil MIU VJlLJtH^U (..UIJS | lOVU lit Mid wasn't fur oil. Canny look llie , shortstop, Columbus liedblnls oirenslve airly and had foflield I 1'liil.Klclpbli, A's -. Don White, .second choice in that district is »I " nc wlien it eiimes to passing out ' cinch to be slated for an invited berth. If that is true, then there Is a possibility Little Hock and North Litlle Rock will he paired in the first round ol the play-off. But 't is my guess they won't be. Both Greater Little Hock newspapers Imva listed the pairing as a "possibility" but then turned around and termed it as highly improbable. An article appearing In Saturday's Issue of the Arkansas Gazette went so far lo offer this excuse: "Sine, 1 the second choice in 5AA likely will be invited, llie Tillers :Mul Wildcats cmild be pnix'tl against each other in (he first round, hul the AAA has made it a policy in basket ball that teams from llie same m'Mricl itre to be placed in separate halves of the bracket." This would IJIL the Chicks against either the Tigers or the Wildcats in the first round game and would pair the District 5 winner, which probably will be Little Rock, with another game. But why not pair the Tigers anil Wildcats in the first round? If the District 5 second choice team Is invited, there has h?en no official word yet guaranteeing (hat they will, the two teams probably will hnve to meet sooner or later if they both stay in the running. There isno rule, just so-called policy, that prohibits it. Could it be the money angle?? , How's Your All-state? Well it's almost all-state time laurels. In mv opinion there isn'l a liellcr suar.l In tlie slate Iliiin Hilly Hracey ami I,. W. Kitnlmgh anil Lloyd KooiH?. arc due sonic sort of mention. Schoolboy-Pro Relations Code AskedbyNFAA CINCINNATI, O., Nov. 11. ,UP) — As an outgrowth of the explosive controversy between the Chicago While Sox and Baseball Coinmis- mlssioncr A. B. (Happy) Chandler, high school athletic officials today sought an all-covering code regulating the relations of schoolboy athletes and professionals. TIIC officials, meeting with baseball executives last niglii following Ihe annual Major Ljague draft, planned to eliminate if they could the inequalities of various state federation rules. H. B. Porter of Chicago, secretary of the National Federation of High School Athletic Associations, was spokesman for the schools, and he pointed out that in some states a prep player can be declared Ineligible merely for practicing with a professional, On (he oilier hand, in other states (he rules are lenient to the other extreme. Porter's idea is lo get a uniform again and coaches, fans and sports' cotit - which would regulate the stu- •tate nre gather- Cents' connections with prolcssion- Tiger-Zebra Tussle Holds Top Interest The Little lloek Tigers and llie Plue liluff Zebras will rale the lop spot In Arkansas, high school football circles this week when Ihey pet lOBcther for [heir annual gnnie in Pine Bhilf Saturday afternoon. Litlle Rock,goes into the tlndl- Itonn! clash n top-heavy favorite to maintain its undefeated record of the past hvo seasons. Although lacking in competitive spirit, which has accompanied ninny ol Ihe past 31 games of Ihe colorful series, a record crowd Is expected to watch the Bailie. Six other games will provide snp- luirllnt; roles lor the Little RorK- Pine Bllllf tussle. The North Little Rock Wildcats entertain the Fon Smith Grizzlies at Wildcat Stadium and are accorded a bl» edse. Other lop games include Sublaco at Jonesboro, Illythevillc at Hates- ville. Hot Springs at Rnssellville. Tcxarknna al El Dorado and Camden at Fordycc. The Tcxnrknna-El Dorado contest is being watched from throughout the stale as It will settle the title holder in Ihat division. druggy but ill his attempt in pin him he slipped on the canvass iml Cullu-lil recovered tmig enough (o 'ippl.v u jark knlle luild lo pin Ciinny. CYli'lrld ami -ijiencer won Hie llrsl fil| l hi IH munitcs wllh Spcimer nanny in HI mhiulos -. "ill fielder, Hun l-'innelseo; lllllle lie Mars, shoitslop. Mobile. Clnelnniill -. Kerrcl Anderson. culclier, SI. I'uiil. Cleveland — 1)111 Kennedy, pitcher. Louisville: l-ccumrd ' Hallo, shmlslop, roriliiiid, New Ytnk (Hants - Jack llal- i)f budy slums ami Collli-ld '''"• I'hclier, Indianapolis, . cliininated Brown In right minutes wiih a budy pin. In Ihe two .me-|, ( ll preliminary matches Canny detailed Speiuer sii 1- minutes with a step over toehold and Ccidleld defeated lirown In IK minutes wllh u body pin. Mississippi Coach, Star Rated Highest . , lioslni) lied Sox — Join', Osl row- ski, third baseman, i.os Angeles, I'TiiMTst Mailln. catcher. Toledo. linslon Iliaves — cllft Conulser. oiufleldei, Iliiffalo; Kd POM, Atelier, Syracuse. St. l.onl.s Curds -- Larry Mlg- gln.s. Minneapolis. Milt Kenedy, [list choice ol lull Vreek of the Cleveland Indians, set nil nil-time record for bnsebnll lu IfHil when he struck out over •Kit) halters for Hocky Mount. In the Coii.slnl plain League, I'lUHIIHlTION I The Ciriind Central terminal In ...,._! New York City prohibits the play- 1 Inn of "The Sliir-Hpimglcd llnn- beeali.se It mnkes people mlsn trains by sill tiding ul atten- uld Phelan, "Hut Instead. Ihc • tonk lulviiulnge ol that by pii-sserK. scribes all over the state nre gi ing data on the candidates for the honor team and spreading it all over the country in an effort to build ui> a little prestige. As tar as all-stale malcrial is concerned I have seen very lilllr thus far this year.' My No. 1 candidate is a lad u-hich I think should be 11 sore shol for Ihc sijuad. He is Billy Wayne BIcFar- laml, the Chicks' harrt-ilrhin K halfback. I have watched Mac ever since pre-season training and In my opinion he is one of the hardest running backs that I have seen in Our Truck Accessories Have The INTERN ATIONALTRUCK * r e h*ve exchinge c*rbur«or« for TnrernxJorul Trucli). RtbuHt to factory itandard,. Dclivrr new cwbure- ew pccfocra»nc< an<i economy. down c*T>auu of h**v 7 K au initaNarion. replacing t and tarl pip«. On noisra.XXe hav< mufflcn c ttccl. Qnitk nod r«* F«ur powtHul b1od«l (Ulivtr • powerful itieani of ait ogainil windtrii«ld Adjuitobl* I* praC- titally any on^». I NTERNATIONAt T HARVESTE 3/2 SOUTH 2!L° ST. PHONE863 als. and aiso the professionals approach to students concerning post- graduation contracts. K was a dispute over baseball's high school rule that led O'Connor to tankle with Chandler, and eventually pay a $500 fine in order to lift, a suspension. O'Connor, although a member ol baseball's high school committee, did not attend the meeting last night. Deer Season Underway, One Accident Reported Ll'ITLE ROCK. Ark.. Nov. 11.— (UP)—The 1047 (jeer hunting season was one day old today, but already Ihe first kill and the first accident had been reported. The first hunter lo bring home a bucl: wa.s J. E. Moseley of Norlh Little Rock, who was hunting with his wile in Grant County. Mosclcy bagqed an eight point, 115 pound buck. Meanwhile. 17 year old James ' Carson of Pocahonta.s was in a ! Joncsboro hospital receiving Ircat- t ment for gunshot wounds in his left hand. Carson'.s gun discharged accidentally yesterday, tearing off l)is index finger and badly mangling his hand. And in Little Rock Waymnn Ward, a jewelry repairman, said he was Three Tennis Amateurs Will Turn Professional MIAMI. Fla., Nov. II. (UPI — Jack Kramer. Dlnny Pails and Francisco tPancho) Segura will all desert the ninatcur tennis ranks lo turn pro In the near future, Gardner Mulloy forecast today. Miilloy, himself Ihe fifth-ranking ninatcur In the U. S.. doubled, however, that Ted Schrocdcr would go professional. Mulloy justified his predictions this way: Pails' recent lilnst at the [ Australian Davis Cup learn "killed his chances" of further amateur play. Segura recently was married nnd "Needs the money." and Kramer reportedly luis agreed to meet Bobby iii^—i at Madison Square Garden this Winter." In the wor:'s only three minutes yesterday when he bronchi down a I2ii-pound huck. The animal was his first deer in several years of hnntiny. He was hunting about five miles North of Sheridan. ATLANTA, Cia., Nov. II. ,„.,— Johnny Vinmhl. anil Cluirlcy Con- I'l'lry or Missl.sslppl were ioli-cted today us lh c couch and plnver of tlie week In the Southeastern conference. Slxlr.en sixirts writers In .• 1 -.-n slates wore almost unanimous In ^""n".-> iui><\ umiiuuini: t Iholr selection of Vnllghl. polling j trying to muster-mind Ihc name 11 and one-half votes to only three ; r '«»' the bench by scnillm: n new i and one-half for his nearest rival— <|iiarlorbnek on every piny. Tlmt'sl Bobby Dudd of Georgia Tech. Conch j what we want lo ellinlnlite. Carl Voyles ot Auburn receiver! '. i — one vote. i ^•""^••"^••^^-^•—«»^™.^ — Concrley (laminated plav In Ole Miss' M-13 victory over Tennessee last week, throwing four touchdowns, scoring twice himself and completing 10 or 34 passes for 246 yards In the Rebels' first victory over Ihe Vols In -IS years. Insluit University. Next Saturday inny be Ihc day. IllockliiR thu way Is nn milmixu- ing Chmtanocigii Moccasin Hint stands little clinncc of being a snake In the grass on the licucls home lot here IK-XL Hnliirday. Two weeks later a Mississippi Stale eleven will face ilu' rnglng Ucbels. To mnkc sure thai nobody messed up the ulay-housv, Coach Johnny Vaught sat Conerly on the bench lor o good purl ol the second half during llie Trimc's-src game Saturday. Vaught also kepi big Haruey Poole, Conerly';, chiel passing taigutoll the bencb loo. I'oolc. ex-Wm Polnler nnd All-America end has snagged Conerly's passes since Llie first play of the sca.san. The Concrly-to-Poolc combination by now Is ft tradition in Mississippi Foolbnll. Coneiiy was clicking on nil cylinders In Ihe lil.itorlc Temu'.ssec roui. The Iwo lomnhilng gumvs will bn Conerly's huu chnnce lo record his mimn In eolleglale footbnll record books. The 24-yenr-old veteran of Iwo Jim-.i is in hl.s senior year. Ctmerly'.s whip-like arm Us us. gooi To Manage Utility "' '.: NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark, Nov..11 (UP)—Tommy League, now with the Rural n«etrlflc»tloti' Administration-In New Mexico, ^expected to arrive here-this week to lake over M superintendent of th« city's electric department. HUtp- poinB was confirmed - by the eitjr council last night, , League Is a former employee ol the electric department and succeeds Victor H. B««U>, who resigned Nov. 1. In llascliall us on,the gridiron. Kar- llcr Ilils your lie planni'd lo enlrr [lie play-lor-pay ranks in both spot Is, But rluht now, Mrs. Conerly's .son hns Ills hnnds full a! football and, maybe, fame. Rt«d Courier Now* w»m Curbing o/ Free Sub : Rule Seen by Pficlan ' SAN FRANCISCO, Nw. II. lUPI . — A curb on'tlie'frcc substitution rule In mi attempt lo "i>lre Ihe Kfline back to the plnyer.s" will lie imulc al llie annual Winter meet- Ing of the college football rules committee, Jimmy Phelan, head coach of St. Mary's College, predicted today. I Phclnn, rtho will nllcnd the ses- ] slon ns a member of the coaches' advisory committee nnd first vice ; prcsldcm, of the National r-lle- ! Klntc Coaches Association, sr \ lie i believed the rules would be 'Vl^ir- [ ed up" without too radlcnl .1 change. "We originally put In Ihe free substitution rule so that more kids would get to play football," Look.. . for fhis Label ot your Favorite Package Store - nUAHANTKK of „ Kl . m i Hntllccl m Hcmd slmiirlii Kriilnckv BOURHON U'IMSKKY y • Sour Mosli—100 Proof Ahn Dinrk I.nlicl—ill) I'hmf Hamilton, Inc. llrslriliuliir, I,ill!,. Uark. Big Gun 'Eight-year-old Pelcr Lehmann: of Antioch, III., proudly displays his bag of two inudhcns. which he brought down at Grass Lake, III., after somehow getting that piece of artillery pointed skyward, Young Pcler, like other Illinois nimrods, was out for ducks, but brought home only mudhens. o_t "RED KID JOP BSEWWO CO., CINCINNATI Fred S. Saliba & Company DISTRIBUTOR 223 West Ash St. Phone 437 IS YOUR FAMILY'S FUTURE BRIGHT AND CLEAR? J-wVI-KY in,m w.tnl-i (lie peace ofiniml lli.it conic« willi flic Icnowlcilgc tll.H loved ones ,irc Jirovuicri for in c.iac xiinclliiiij^ Ij.i |>|ieii« lo him. Life in- snr.incc is a ccrdiiii w,iy to |>rovi<lc fuiule for in cincrgclicy. '1 nkc stuck of your life iiism ,1 ncc. le il aclc- qn.Uc for yuiir family miilcr today'* living «(and- anls? 'I lioujjlilful LiisLimls ,,ncl f.itliem are in- frc.isitig llieir l,tmilyV protective ItinJ in Icccniiig witli current needs. ll'i Iictlcr to do tliia now lli*it lo IIAVC your f.llllily lace ihe future Ijc-clundcd \ty itiicctlainty ilnd^ worry. Read Courier Newt Want Mt. THE TOPS COIUMHA I "I WINS CO. ST. LOUIS New Theater Manila's Finest' ' Shows HVKKY (41UHT Bin o.itni Week l)a;> 7:M pj> Matinee Saturday 4 Sand»j Sal.-Sun. i p.m. Cont, gbowlaf Tonight "How Green Was My Valley" with Waller Pldfeon SeletlBil Bhort.1 Wednesday & Thursday' "Hit Parade of 1947" » Republic Picture wllh Shorl Subject! THEATRE Manila, Ark; TONIGHT Warner News and Comedy Wednesday & Thursday "HONEYMOON" with, Shirley Temple, Guy Mid lion 2nd Franchot Tone News and Comedy Opens at 8:30 f.m.. 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